The workshop provided valuable contribution from stakeholders to the evidence base around Container-Based Sanitation (CBS). The workshop also provided a platform to share the findings of the evaluation with stakeholders. The results are expected to inform the policy engagement on the role of CBS in urban sanitation service delivery.
Clean Team Ghana (www.cleanteamtoilets.com) is a social enterprise, partly funded by Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor (www.wsup.com), providing container-based toilets for a monthly fee covering toilet rental and the container replacement service. Clean Team Ghana currently operates in Kumasi, with approximately 1800 customers.